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Let new cities and a big-picture county hall flourish together

Let new cities and a big-picture county hall flourish together

Miami-Dade commissioners stepped backward last week when they refused to let a large southern chunk of the county vote whether to form a city. The obvious misstep was blocking a…

Army trims PortMiami dredging plans

Army trims PortMiami dredging plans

The US Army Corps of Engineers’ next round of dredging at PortMiami now has a tighter focus, as survey results of existing conditions and current needs at the port found…

Miami Beach Canopy to mark city’s entrance

Miami Beach Canopy to mark city’s entrance

The Miami Beach Canopy, French artist Daniel Buren’s latest work, has won unanimous approval from City of Miami Beach commissioners. The transparent cylinder pedestrian bridge and gateway off the MacArthur…

Miami Worldcenter residences plan more parking for bikes than cars

Miami Worldcenter residences plan more parking for bikes than cars

The developer of a major mixed-use residential project within Miami Worldcenter plans a building with more parking spaces for bicycles than for cars. So it may be no surprise that…

Miami explores leasing Allapattah land to Major project

Miami explores leasing Allapattah land to Major project

A request for information has been issued on behalf of the City of Miami for about 18 acres of city-owned land in Allapattah as the city considers leasing the property.…

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Miami may be locked in a serious battle to draw high-earning transplants from the Northeast, Midwest and other areas, but who’s to say it can’t be fun? Armando Codina, executive…

Miami-Dade tightens standards on CNG buses gas leaks

Miami-Dade tightens standards on CNG buses gas leaks

Perhaps it was Jeffrey Mitchell’s reference to the gas explosion at a Plantation shopping plaza this month that convinced Miami-Dade lawmakers to delay plans to buy more compressed natural gas…

Miami International Airport adds seven airlines

Miami International Airport adds seven airlines

Seven new airlines have been added to the 65 that carry passengers into and out of Miami International Airport. At the same time, seven of its existing large carriers have…

High-flying golf course development hits county turbulence

High-flying golf course development hits county turbulence

A full year after a high-power group sought the City of Miami’s only golf course beside Miami International Airport for a vast office, retail and hotel complex including a soccer…

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